Take a look below at the many clubs and organizations found at Aquia Harbour. From Cub Scouts to Yacht Clubs, we have it all, find a club that fits your interests!

Aquia Harbour Amateur Radio Team

Purpose/Statement: To promote radio knowledge, fraternalism and individual operating efficiency, and to conduct club programs and activities as to advance the general interest and welfare of Amateur Radio in the community, and enhance the Emergency Communications (EMCOMMS) capability of Aquia Harbour.

Meeting Schedule & Location: The second Wednesday of every month at 1900 at the Country Club, lower level. Please check the community calendar for any changes to this schedule.

Contact for more information:
Christopher "Doc" Rhoney/

Aquia Harbour Co-Ed Softball League

Purpose/Statement: To get together with our neighbors and friends to play a friendly softball game.
Meeting Schedule & Location: On Sundays at Briarpatch Park
Spring Season begins April 23rd. Registration for teams will close on April 16th, and registration for individuals will close on the 21st. Ages 15 and up are welcome to play. No experience is required. Games will be Sundays, times are TBD, and the season will be 6 weeks of the regular season and 1 week of the playoff, 7 weeks total. There is no game play on Mother's Day, Memorial Weekend, and Father's Day. If you are registering a team and would like to have a few practices before games start please notify me and I will set up a date and time for you. If you are interested in registering a team, it is $300 per team. If you are registering as an individual it is $20 per person and you will be placed on a team that needs more players. All payment is due at the time of registration. For payment please put in the comments “ Softball Registration “ To register please email
For payment please use
If you do not have either of those and wish to pay cash in person I will be at the Softball field on April 16th from 10 am to 2 pm.
If you have any more questions, please feel free to reach out to me. 540-426-8011 or

Aquia Harbour Golf Association

Purpose/Statement: Encourage enjoyment of the game of golf and to familiarize players with the rules, good sportsmanship and etiquette of the game.
Meeting Schedule & Location: January, April, July and October at 2:00 p.m. after weekend event or tournament at the Clubhouse.

Aquia Host Lions

Lions Club International is made up of over 1.4 million members in more than 44,550 clubs in 180 countries and territories. The Lions Club was founded by Chicago Businessman, Melvin Jones. It was his vision that local businesses should expand their support from purely professional concerns to the betterment of their local communities and the world as a whole. Melvin Jones’ group, the Business Circle of Chicago, agreed and after contacting other groups around the country, held an organizational meeting on June 7, 1917 in Chicago, Illinois. In October, a national convention of the “Association of Lions Clubs” was held in Dallas, approving a constitution, code of ethics, and by-laws.
In 1925, Helen Keller spoke to the Lions at their annual International Convention, challenging them to become “Knights of the Blind in the crusade against darkness.” Since then, service to the blind and visually impaired has become one of the Lions main activities. This crusade has resulted in the establishment of International Sight First, an aggressive global blindness prevention program. International Sight First is a program which joins leading blindness experts, blindness prevention organizations, governments and Lions in an effort to establish long-term solutions in eliminating blindness.
As Lions, we volunteer our time and efforts to humanitarian causes throughout our district and the State of Virginia. By conducting service projects and raising funds, we strive to help those in need – wherever the need exists. Today, the Lions has expanded its efforts to include hearing problems, diabetes awareness, youth activities and scholarships, and community support. Our motto is “We Serve.”
About the Aquia Harbour Host Lions Club
The Aquia Harbour Host Lions Club serves the Aquia Harbour and Stafford, VA area. The club currently has over 60 members. Club dinner meetings are held at 7:18 pm (social at 6:30 pm) on the 1st Thursday of every month at The Country Club with another meeting being held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at varying locations. The Host Lions Club Board of Directors meetings are at 7:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month, also at The Country Club.
Guests are welcome!
Becoming a Member
The Lions are always looking for civic-minded citizens who are willing to donate some time and effort toward making our communities better places to live. If you are interested in becoming a member of the largest civic organization in the world please contact us. Membership in the Lions Club is by invitation only, sponsored by one of the many Lions Club members. Through membership, Lions not only help people in need, but they have an opportunity to develop personal friendships and gain valuable leadership skills which can be used in their work or in their personal lives.
Did you know…
· Lions Clubs’ main mission is sight conservation, including outfitting fiscally-challenged local youth with glasses, sponsoring leader dogs, and raising diabetes awareness
· Aquia Harbour Host Lions Club raises over $30,000/year for charitable causes, including a special needs Christmas party, numerous eye exams for needy children, food baskets for the needy for Christmas/Easter/Thanksgiving.
· Every penny we raise is used for charity…we pay all “overhead” with our member dues
If you are interested in being a part of fun group of folks that do great things for the community and beyond, the Aquia Harbour Host Lions Club is right up your alley. We meet the first and third Thursday of every month in the Harbour. Visit our website at

Aquia Harbour Pokemon Go

To unite and gather to have fun, collect, trade, and battle Pokemon around the neighborhood and out, to grow our community and give back.
Meeting Schedule & Location:
Every Community Day event, one Saturday per month, mostly at Briarpatch Park.
Contact for more information:

Aquia Evening Lions Club

The Aquia Evening Lions Club is a group of like-minded people who work to make a difference in our local and global community. We are active volunteers, members of a respected international organization, and friends to those in need. We are part of Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service organization. We live our motto: WE SERVE.
Meeting Schedule & Location:
4th Thursday of the month 6:30 is social time and 7:11 meeting start time
Contact for more information:
Email the club at

Aquia Harbour Women's Club

We are a community service organization with an emphasis on building friendships with our neighbors and helping those in our own back yard. We sponsor many community events such as an annual Christmas party, Easter egg hunt, coat drive and college scholarship.
Meeting Schedule & Location: Second Tuesday of every month from September through June at 7 p.m.

Contact for more information:  

Corvette Club

Car Club with one car in common, the Corvette from all years, 1953 to the present. 
To provide community service, promote automobile safety, repair and maintenance of Corvettes, and for the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of Corvettes.
Meeting Schedule & Location:
Third Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm, Aquia Harbour Inn
Contact for more information:
Al McCloud at
David Jones,

Cub Scout Pack 242

Cub Scout Pack 242 is a family pack that accepts both girls and boys in kindergarten through 5th grade. We are chartered by the Aquia Harbour POA. We gladly welcome any Scout that wants to join us. We meet on the 1st, 2nd, and 4th Mondays at Lions Park from August through October, November through March at the Clubhouse basement, and then April through May we are back at Lions Park. If you would like more information about Pack 242; email

Aquia Harbour Dolphins Swim Club

Purpose/Statement: The Aquia Harbour Dolphins Swim Club is a summer swimming team for kids. We strive to promote good sportsmanship and to help our families enjoy a fun summer swim season. 
Meeting Schedule & Location: The club's Board meets monthly on Mondays @6:30. Dates to be posted. The swim practices/meets occur on weekdays over the summer season. Schedule will be posted after it is finalized. 
Contact for more information: Aquia Harbour Dolphins Board

To be a member of the team, a family must be current in their AHPOA fees and purchase a season pool pass as well as a team registration fee, which includes a team suit and cap.

Green Aquia

Green Aquia is a “grassroots” club in Aquia Harbour that focuses on reducing the environmental footprint of the current generation on our planet’s resources while enhancing the sustainability of our lifestyles.
Recognized as an AHPOA Community Service Organization, the club currently sponsors monthly Water Quality Testing along Aquia Creek and Austin Run, periodic Household Hazardous Waste collections, and a Community Garden capable of supporting up to 30 family gardens. Annual events led by Green Aquia include the Neighborhood Spring Clean Up in April, the Creek Clean Up event in June, and spring composting and master gardening classes for the community. Open meetings are held monthly, the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at the Country Club. Contact the club via email at

Harbour Bark Club

Purpose/Statement: To bring together the residents of Aquia Harbour with a common interest of having the best dog park possible and to establish a club where members are enjoying being part of something that makes them feel connected with their pets as well as improving their pets relationship with other dogs.
Meeting Schedule & Location: To be announced.
Contact for more information:

Harbour Events Club (HEC)

The Harbour Events Club (HEC) is a group of resident volunteers that organize/plans special events and activities throughout the year for the Aquia Harbour community.
Meetings: The Harbour Events Club (HEC) meets on the First Thursday of every month, at 6:00 pm in the Business Office conference room.
Contact for more information:

Yacht Club

Aquia Harbour Yacht Club
General Membership - First Friday of the Month
7.15 PM - at the AHYC Clubhouse in front of the Marina

Bridge - Third Tuesday of the Month
6:00 PM - at the AHYC Clubhouse in front of the Marina​
Craig Shelton, Commodore -
Bill Cox, Vice Commodore -
Brannon Donlon, Rear Commodore -
Jack Campbell, Fleet Captain -
Susie Doss, Secretary -
Susan Woodworth West, Treasurer -
Linda Whitson, Immediate Past Commodore -

Visit the Yacht Club's website at​